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THE SENIOR CLASS 
Dl L L P7?D HIGH SCHOOL 

PRESENTS 
THE 




VOLUME 1Z 



1963 DILLRRDITE 



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Extreme Rear: 1. Stadium and 
Athletic Field 



Right Section Shows: 1. 



Entrance 

housing Principal's 
Office and Classrooms 




Dillard High School (1923) served 160 students 




Piloted school through State MR> p_ q sHIPMAN 

and Southern Association (1958-1959) 
Accreditations. Organized 
our present Curriculum 
Plan. 



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PURPOSE: To develop self-directing individuals in 
a society that is growing more and more compli- 
cated and social in its structure and organization 
and more and more international in its scope. 

CURRICULA: Academic 

Vocational - Commercial 
Industrial 

General 




MR. JOHN H. WOOTEN, SR. 
Graduate of Dillard 
and present Principal 
"Our future can be no greater than 
our vision." 




Dillard High School (1956) serves over 900 students in grades 9-12. 



ALMA MATER 




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Lift happy voices, praises unfold 

Hail to the Blue and Gold. 

Let songs of gladness rise to the sky 

For Dear, old Dillard High, 

And strive to show, as on we go 

Ability and power 

To do the right with all our might 

Thru every changing hour. 

With hope and loyalty and courage 

Our lives shall e'er be blest; 

And ever for our Alma Mater 

We will work; we will do our best. 

As on we go, our aim shall grow, 

Our cheers will ever cry 

To do the right with all our might 

For thee, Dear Dillard High. 

- By Mrs. Thelma I. Johnson 






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SCHOOL CREED 



We believe in our school as an institution so organized and carried on as to give to boys and 
girls a triple training that is necessary for a well-rounded life. 

We believe firmly in the coordinate training of the head, the heart, and the hand; for though 
each one is necessary, neither can be of great use alone. 

We believe that a life worth living must embody mental satisfaction, industrial pursuits, and 
a spiritual outlook; therefore, our various subjects and activities have been so planned and se- 
lected by us and our elders as to ultimately develop one or more sides of our educational tri- 
angle. 



We pledge that in all our endeavors we shall strive to grow mentally, physically, and spir- 
itually strong, for we know that only such a triple development can make a real life, and in the 
final analysis a true American citizen. 




Out SufifiontenA 



Our high school days are filled with cherished memories. Some you re- 
member better than others, such as that important game you wanted so much 
to win, your first school dance, the thrill of being a senior, and at last the 
wonderful feeling of accomplishment when that coveted diploma is placed in 



The long hours and the deep thought that went into the making of this 



ories we shall cherish for Dear Old Dillard. 

We do hope, however, that each page will attempt to recall the day, the 
activities and the true friendships established as we toiled through four years 
of high school history. We've pulled our load. The strength of our Alma Mater 
and the continued impression it makes on the world now rest with our poster - 



your hand. 



yearbook by no means represents all the extreme joys we shared and the mem- 



ity. 



Let us always strive for the best school. 



Editor-in-Chief 




7</e dedicate (6e 1963 "Diilatdtte t* ttv* 




To Mrs. Minnis, as a tangible symbol of memories, we dedicate this Annual. She was sponsor 
of the first DILLARDITE in our school's history, and is adviser of the present issue. We esteem 
her as a teacher and friend. 



fieoftie cv/ia one t&em4e£ve4> dedicated . , , 





LINDSAY WARREN, JR. 



SUPERINTENDENTS MESSAGE 

The purpose of American Education in general, and the Goldsboro City Schools in 
particular, is to instill in students lofty principles and to live in and contribute to the 
American Democracy. It is very important that students be given the tools which will 
make these objectives possible. 

To knights in the days of old, chivalry meant reverence for God, loyalty to coun- 
try, respect for women, mercy to defeated foes, sympathy for the weak, and high sense 
of honor. These basic ideals of chivalry form much of the foundation for the kind of 
democracy that we wish to have in America. 

You, the Seniors of Dillard High School, have represented your school in an admi- 
rable way, learned the basic skills which will enable you to continue your education, 
accept a place in the labor force, assume a position of respect in the society in which 
you will live. It is my sincere hope that you will enjoy success and find happiness in 
whatever you do in the future. 



Cordially yours, 




N. H. Shope, Superintendent 




LLOYD F ON VIELLE MRS. W. A. SHEPARD, JR. J. HARRY MUIR, JR. 

Chairman 



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MR. JOHN H. WOOTEN, SR. 



Dear Staff and Class: 

Congratulations! You accepted and conquered a mammoth undertaking. You have done a 
most appreciative job for all of us here at Dillard High. We thank you for such splendid efforts. 

I was pleased to have been so closely associated with the work of the 1963 DILLARDITE. Be- 
cause of my close association, I am fully aware of the sincere devotion, bountiful spirit and 
burning enthusiasm that you put into your work on this publication. I hope that the rich mem- 
ories captured here will more than repay you in the years ahead as you reflect upon your many 
experiences at DHS. This publication should help you to recall what your teachers, your peers 
and your community tried to do for you. You must remember that you were a part of the chal- 
lenging '60's, the North Carolina program of Quality Education, the Dillard Gymnasium and the 
"revival of learning" at Dillard High. 

You must continue to give your best to the world. You should continue to share your richest 
experiences with others as you have done so very well in this annual. 

Remember - "This is the best school that I know because I am doing so much to make it so." 



Affectionately yours, 




J. H. Wooten, Sr. 
Principal 



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Each year with outstreched arms you open hearts and souls 

to Tots still wondering, searching, seeking 
A goal to call their own. 

You scatter seeds and dreams you think you n'er again 
shall see. 

You harvest mortals and shelter every action - 

good, bad, promising, rewarding. 
You smile to share a love that spurs us on. 

At times discouraged, you count but lost 

the deeds you've done, the words you've said. 

You wish that we live, not merely drift; 

possess ideals that lift, wisdom that reigns, 

Learning that conquers ignorance and fears. 

We are grateful to you, Dear Teachers. 
Keep your standards high 

for you are building today for a free world tomorrow. 
We are weak, some strong, yet all determined 

to look with sorrowed pride toward that future 
Promised through the dreams you've stirred. 

We're Tots still wondering, searching, seeking 
a goal to call our own. 



THE CLASS OF '63 
Muriel White 
Barbara Richardson 



MRS. M. F. BAILEY 
Barber-Scotia-Shaw University 
A. B. Degree - History 

MRS. C. M. BARNES 

Livingstone College - A. & T. College 

A. B. Degree - Biology 




MRS. M. W. COWAN 

A. & T. College - North Carolina College 

B. S. Degree - Business Education 

MRS. J. B. COX 

A. & T. College - Shaw University 

B. S. Degree - Physical Education 



MR. J. E. GREEN 

Clark University - Hampton Institute 
Bennett College - Gammon Theological 

Seminary 
A.B. & B.D. Degrees - English 

MR. P. M. BEST 

SORRY, 

NO PHOTO 




MRS. T. O. BROWN 

Shaw University - Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute 

Howard University - Oberlin College 
B.S. & M.S. Degrees - Mathematics 

MRS. J. B. CARR 

Shaw University - University of Michigan 
A.B. & M. A. Degrees - History 




MISS O. M. DOUGLAS 
North Carolina College 
B.S. Degree - Home Economics 

MR. R. L. DOWERY 

Kentucky State College - Indiana University 
B.S. & M.S. Degrees - Health and Physical 
Education 




MR. E. ELLIOTT 

Shaw University - N. C. College 

A. B. and M.S. Degrees - Health and 
Physical Education 

MRS. R. W. HALL 
Shaw University 

B. S. Degree - Mathematics 




MRS. H. H. HUGHES 
Shaw University 

B.S. Degree - Biology, General Science 

MISS M. E. ISLER 

Bennett College 

B.S. Degree - English, Drama 



MRS. D. W. HARDY 
North Carolina College - Columbia 
University 

A. B. and M.A. Degrees - Guidance 
Counselor 

MR. E. B. HUGHES 

West Virginia State College 

B. S. Degree - Music 




MRS. M. K. JACKSON 
Shaw University 
B.A. Degree - Latin 

MRS. T. I. JOHNSON 

Juillard School of Music - Hampton 

Institute 
B.S. Degree - Music Education 



MRS. D. D. JONES 

West Virginia State College 

B.S. Degree - English 



MRS. E. S. JONES 

North Carolina College 

B.S. and M.A. Degrees - Home Economics 




MISS S. E. JONES 

Saint Augustine's College - Indiana 

University 
Pennsylvania State University 
B.A. and M.A. Degrees - French 

MRS. W. C. JONES 

A. & T. College 

B. S. Degree - English 






MRS. R. W. Manns 

Shaw University - University of North 

Carolina 
A.B. Degree - Library Science 

MRS. A. W. MINNIS 

Virginia State College - Hampton Institute 
A.B. and M.A. Degrees - English 



MR. A. B. PARKER 

Livingstone College - North Carolina College 
B.S. and M.S. Degrees - Science 

MR. T. L. PARKS 

Hampton Institute - A. & T. College 



MR. H. B. LUCAS 

Hampton Institute - A. & T. College 
B.S. Degree - Industrial Education 

MR. W. T. MACON 

A. & T. College 

B. S. Degree - Industrial Arts 





MRS. G. C. McKINNIE 
Fayetteville State Teachers College 
Columbia University 

B.S. and M.A. Degrees - Special Education 
MRS. T. N. McKOY 

North Carolina College - A. & T. College 
B.S. Degree - History 




MRS. T. F. SMITH 

A. & T. College - Shaw University 

B. S. Degree - Business Education 

MR. NEAL A. STITT 

Saint Augustine's College 

Sherman Square Studios 

University of Pennsylvania 

B.A. Degree - Commerce, Music 

Coordinator for Distributive Education 





MISS SARAH K. MILES 
Winston-Salem Teachers College 
B.S. Degree - Education 




MR. C. I. BLAND MR. A. C. CROWDER MR. W. A. FOSTER 

(School Street School) (Greenleaf School) (East End School) 




MR. C. K. HARRIS MR. F. L. LARKIN 

(West Elm Junior High) (Barnes Elementary) 




MRS. IDA W. CANADY 
(Speech Therapist) 



MR. A. P. COX 

(Attendance Consultant) 



MRS. G. F. WILDS 
(Supervisor) 



Section, /4ctut4e*4> 





Fellow Classmates: 

Prove your worth in every chal- 
lenging experience. Make an im- 
portant contribution to the glory of 
our Alma Mater and see to it that 
opportunities for the next generation 
are greater than yours. 

Your devoted president, 






SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Left to Right: Earl Williams, Business Manager 

Carolyn Robertson, Parliamentarian 

Harvey Barnes, Chaplain 

Thomas Dickerson, Treasurer 

Minnie Baldwin, Corresponding Secretary 

Thomasine Hardy, Vice President 

Norma Cherry, Secretary 



ANDERSON, ALLEN 
Aim: Army 



ANDERSON, 
CHRISTINE 

Science Club 1 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4 

Aim: Nurse 



ARMSTRONG, 
KENNON 
(Palpur) 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Patrol 

Aim: Air Force 



ARTIS, ROBERT L. 
(Randolph) 

Explorers Club 

Aim: Marine Captain 



BARNES, GERTRUDE 
(Grapefruit) 

Tri-Hi-Y 
Student Council 
Cheer Leader 

Aim: Secretary 




ATKINSON, LINDA 
DARNELL (Bo) 

Student Council 
Dance Group 1, 2, 3, 4 
Yearbook Staff 

Aim: Social Worker 




MOST INTELLECTUAL 
Earl Williams and Norma Cherry 



BALDWIN, MINNIE 
MARJORIE (Ment) 

Chaplain 1 

Assistant Secretary 
Junior Class 

Corresponding Secre- 
tary Senior Class 

Aim: Registered 
Nurse 



BALDWIN, 

NATHANIEL JR. 
(Bootly) 

Varsity Club 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 

Aim: Bricklayer 



ALSTON, RACHEL 

Glee Club 2 
Dramatics 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Junior Play 

Aim: Secretary 




BARNES, COLONEL 
GARY (Crazy Hoss) 

Varsity Club 1, 2 

Aim: Professional 
Baseball Player 



BATTS, JAMES 
Aim: Mechanic 




BARNES, HARVEY O. 

Safety Club 
Student Council 

Aim: Lawyer 



BARNES, JOHNNY V. 
Science Club 
Aim: Accountant 



BARNES, MARY E. 
(Boot) 

Tri-Hi-Y 

Glee Club 2, 3, 4 

Aim: Teacher 




MOST STUDIOUS 
Eugene Best and Carolyn Robertson 



BARNES, JAMES M. 
(Milt) 

Junior-Hi-Y Club 
Science Club 
Honor, Society 
Vice President 

Aim: Laboratory 
Technician 




BATISTE, HAROLD L. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Junior Class President 
Student Council 

President 
Yearbook Staff 

Aim: Engineer 



BEST, GRACE ANN 
(Dimples) 

Safety Patrol 
Dramatics Club 
Student Council 




BECTON, 

HYACINTHIA 
(Hy-Se) 

Business Club 
National Honor Society 
Band 



Aim: Stenographer ^^fl - ' & Aim: Business Major 




MOST COURTEOUS 
Elgin Reid and Sandra Coston 



BENTON, GEORGE 

Football 
Varsity Club 

Aim: Vocational 
Worker 



BEST, CONNIE 
(Pus) 

Bible Club 1 
Student Council 2 
Yearbook Staff 

Aim: Secretary 



BEST, DONNELL 

Baseball 
Basketball 

Aim: Air Force 




BEST, EVELYN 
JOYCE 

Yearbook Staff 
National Honor Society 

Aim: Registered Nurse 




BLACK, LILLIE 
Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4 
Aim: Designer 





BREWINGTON, WILLIE 
JAMES (Boo) 

Explorer Club 

Aim: Marines 




MOST DEPENDABLE 
John Stackhouse and Thomasine Hardy 



BROAD IE, HELEN 
DELOIS (Lois) 

Dramatics Club 

Aim: Nurse 




BRYANT, RAYMOND 
(Raymond Jr. ) 

Junior Varsity 1 
Varsity 3, 4 
Band Club 1 

Aim: Marines 

Bricklaying 



CAMPBELL, WILLIAM 
Aim: Army 





MOST VERSATILE 
Harold Batiste and Lula Smith 



CHERRY, NORMA 
JEAN 

Yearbook Staff 
Student Council 
National Honor Society 

Aim: English Teacher 



BUCKRHAM, LOUISE 
DELORIS (Nuckie) 

Bible Club 
Girl's Glee Club 

Aim: Typist 



COLEY, FANNIE MAE 
Aim: Secretary 




COLEY, JAMES 
MELVIN (Tap) 

Student Council 
Band 2 

Aim: Engineer 






COLEY, THADIS 

MILTON (T. C.) 

Science Club 
Safety Club 

Aim: Mathematician 




COSTON, SANDRA 
FA YE (San) 

President, Junior 

Tri-Hi-Y 
Band Club 1, 2 
Band II 

Aim: Dietitian 




DAVIS, VIVIAN 
(Vip) 

Junior Tri-Hi-Y 
French Club 

Aim: Nurse 



CRAWFORD, BRENDA 
JOYCE (Bren) 

N.H. A. 
Tri-Hi-Y Club 

Aim: Nurse 



DAVIS, BESSIE MAE 

Tri-Hi-Y 

Safety Patrol Club 

Aim: Actress 




MOST FRIENDLY 
Brenda Thomas and John Jolly 






DIXON, ROY LEE 
(June) 

Explorer Club 

Aim: Carpenter 



LAZIEST 



EDWARDS, 
GERALDINE 
(Lene) 

Secretary of Tri-Hi-Y 
Student Council 

Aim: Teacher 



Calvin Atkinson and Doris Harper 



FENNELL, CARL 
DELANO 
(Maudine) 

Varsity Club 
Junior Varsity 
Basketball 
Varsity 

Aim: History Major 




FAISON, DELOIS 
(Dip) 

Bible Club 
English Club 
Science Club 

Aim: History Major 




FENNELL, FLOYD 
(The Killer) 

Varsity Club 

Aim: U. S. Marines 



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HALL, JERRY SIMS 

Science Club 
Varsity Club 

Aim: Army 




FOREMAN, SAMUEL 
Aim: Air Force 



FULLER, ANNIE 
DELORES 
(Ba) 

Sightseeing Club 
Safety Club 
Bible Club 

Aim: Secretary 



GARRETT, VIVIAN F. 
(Vip) 

Bible Club 
N.H.A. Club 
Tri-Hi-Y 

Aim: Airline Hostess 




MOST LOYAL 
John Stackhouse and Maxine Williams 




HAMILTON, CAROL 
JEAN (Jen) 

Science Club 

Aim: Nurse 



HAYES, GERALD L. 
(Rover) 

Varsity Club 1 
Glee Club 

Aim: Engineer 




HAMILTON, LEVI JR. 
Band 

Varsity Club 
Aim: Mortician 




MOST RELIGIOUS 
Frank Daniels and Helen Brodie 



HARGROVE, WILLIAM 
Aim: Air Force 



HAMILTON, WILLIE 
JEAN 

Aim: Secretary 



HARDY, MABLE 
THOMASINE 

Honor Society 
Vice President of 

Senior Class 
Editor Yearbook Staff 

Aim: Psychologist 




HARPER, DORIS 
MARIE 

(Hoppergrass) 

Dramatics Club 2 
Vice President 2 
Yearbook Staff 

Aim: Cosmetologist 




HORTON, 

CATHRYNN Y. 
(Cat) 

Tri-Hi-Y 

Sight Seeing Club 

Aim: Secretary 




JOHNSON, KATIE 
LOUISE (Kate) 

N.H. A. 

Girls Glee Club 
Mixed Glee Club 

Aim: Social Worker 



HOWELL, INA GLORIA 
(Dump) 

Secretary of Bible 

Club 
Dramatics Club 

Aim: Secretary 



JACOBS, V. KENNON 
(B. B. D.) 

Varsity 
Bus Driver 
Yearbook Staff 
Baseball Team 

Aim: Barber 




CUTEST 
Evelyn Best and Elgin Reid 



JOHNSON, 
CHARLES R. 
(Liver) 

Basketball 
Safety Patrol 
Glee Club 

Aim: Armed Forces 




JOLLY, JOHN K. 
(Cookie) 

Student Council 
Yearbook Staff 
President - Glee Club 
Basketball 

Aim: Electrical 
Engineer 



JONES, LAURA JEAN 
(L.J.J.) 

Student Council 
Dramatics Club 1, 2 

Aim: Practical Nurse 




KEITH, COLUMBUS 
(June) 

Basketball 
Explorer Club 

Aim: Science Major 




MOST UNDERSTANDABLE 
Harold Batiste and Carolyn Robertson 



KING, BARBARA JEAN 
(Wasel) 

Bible Club 
Glee Club 
Newspaper Editor 

Aim: Teacher 



KOONCE, WAYNE 
JUNIOR 
(Hezekiah) 

Aim: Carpenter 



JONES, WILLIAM 
(Teet) 

Football (Captain) 1, 
2,3,4 

Aim: Star Football 
Player 




KORNEGAY, KING 
DAVID 
(Chuck) 

Band Club 

Aim: Bricklayer 



LANE, BOOKER T. 
(Boy) 

Varsity Club 

Aim: Bricklayer or 
U.S. Marines 




LEWIS, VONNELL 
DIVON (V. I.) 

Football 
Baseball 
Basketball 

Aim: Baseball Player 



LANGSTON, JAMES 
(Jimmie) 

Bible Club 
Safety Club 

Aim: Marine Captain 



LEGGETT, PATRICIA 
ANN (Pat) 

Safety Club 
Tri-Hi-Y Club 

Aim: Registered Nurse 




MOST POPULAR 
Harold Batiste and Brenda Thomas 




McDANIAL, 
GEORGE E. 
(Geor Jimmy) 

Sightseeing Club 
Band Club 
Vice President 2 
Vice President Student 
Council 

Aim: Medical Doctor 





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MOST HANDSOME 
Nathaniel Baldwin 



Mc DUFF IE, MYRTLE 
RUTH (Turk) 

Bible Club 
Safety Patrol Club 
Glee Club 

Aim: Secretary 



MANN, JAMES 
DONNIE JR. 

Math Club 
Band Club 

Aim: Engineer 




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McCLARIN, VERDA M. 
(Ba) 

Bible Club 
Glee Club 

Aim: Cosmetologist 





McCOY, SHIRLEY ANN 
(Shirl) 

Dance Group 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club 1 

Aim: Professional 
Model 





McCRAY, 

ROOSEVELT 

Glee Club 
Band Club 
Hi-Y Club 
Varsity Club 
(Rosie Crier) 

Aim: Professional 
Football Player 




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McKINNEY, WILLIE 
MAE (Woo-Woo) 

French Club 

Tri-Hi-Y 

Cheerleader 

Aim: Secretary 




MIDDLETON, SHIRLEY 
(Shirl) 

Bible Club 
Sightseeing Club 
Safety Club 

Aim: Private Secretary 




MICKENS, HERMAN 
JR. 

Varsity Club, Sight- 
seeing Club, Band 

Aim: Marines 



MOSER, CLAYTON 
ALTON (Al) 

Aim: Singer 



BEST LOOKING 
Elgin Reid and Laura Jones 




MOSES, ERVIN L 
(Love) 

Aim: Marines 




PACKER, FLOYD JR. 
(Goofey) 

Varsity Club 1, 2 
Bus Driver 
Yearbook Staff 
Glee Club 

Aim: Barber 





PARKS, BETTY JANE 
(Bet) 

Tri-Hi-Y Club 
Science Club 
Safety Patrol 

Aim: Registered Nurse 



MOST ATTRACTIVE 
Nathaniel Baldwin and Minnie Baldwin 



PARKS, MARVIN 
(Jimmie) 

Explorer Club 
Hi-Y Club 

Aim: Air Force 




PATTERSON, 
LYNDON 
(Dwight) 

Band Club 1, 2, 3 

Aim: Mortician or 
Mathematician 




PHILLIPS, BARBARA 
JEAN (Hurt) 

Safety Patrol 
Bible Club 

Aim: Registered Nurse 



PATTERSON, EARL 
JOSEPH 

Bible Club 
Safety Club 

Aim: College 



PEACOCK, FREDERICK 
DOUGLAS JUNIOR 
(June) 

Baseball, Basketball 3 
Dance Group, Varsity 

Club 2 
Glee Club 2 

Aim: Building 
Contractor 




TALLEST 

Floyd Packer and Sandra Coston 




RICHARDSON, 
BARBAR ANN 
(Barb) 

Tri-Hi-Y 
Math Club 

National Homemakers 

of America 
Yearbook Staff 

Aim: Nurse or Peace 
Corps 




POWELL, WILLIAM 
RODGER (Simp) 

Safety Club 
Dance Group 
Dramatics Club 

Aim: Artist 



REID, ELGIN DEVON 




SHORTEST 
Norman Rhodes and Essie Williams 



President of Sophomore 

Class 
Student Council 
Yearbook Staff 

Aim: Army 



REID, JACQUELINE 
(Jackie) 

Bible Club 
Glee Club 

Aim: Beautician 



RHODES, NORMAN 
(Pe'Pe) 

Varsity Club 
Science Club 
Safety Club 
Student Council 

Aim: Musical Enter- 




REID, LARRY 
THOMAS 

Student Council 
Glee Club 
Varsity Club 
Safety Club 

Aim: Air Force 



RICHARDSON, ROGER 
EUGENE (Jay) 

President of Explorer 

Club 
Varsity Club 

Aim: Air Force Pilot 




SMITH, VIRGINIA 

Student Council 
Jr.-Hi-Y 

Aim: Secretary 



ROBERTSON, 
CAROLYN 
(Roach) 

NHA 

Student Council 
President of Honor 

Society 
Yearbook Staff 

Aim: Registered 
Nurse 



SMITH, FREDA 
Dance Group 
Aim: Dancer 




MOST ATHLETIC 



Harold Batiste and Brenda Thomas 



SMITH, LULA 

Majorette 
Honor Society 
President of State 

Student Council 
President of Senior 

Class 

Aim: Psychiatric 
Social Worker 




STACKHOUSE, JOHN 
Safety Patrol 
Aim: Policeman 



THOMAS, BRENDA R. 
(Bren) 

Dance Group 1, 2, 3, 4 
Library Club - Staff 

Aim: Business Educa- 
tion Teacher 




SUGGS, MAMIE 
Aim: Cosmetologist 




TAYLOR, JOSEPH 
EARL 

(Drag Strip Joe) 

Explorer Club 
School Bus Driver 

Aim: United States 
Marine Corps 



MOST TALKATIVE 
Isaac Best and Carolyn Robertson 



SWINSON, MINNIE 
RUTH (Wild One) 

Glee Club 
Library Club 
President of Glee Club 

Aim: Teacher 




VINSON, JAMES E. 
(Hub) 

Math Club 
Student Council 

Aim: Bricklayer 




TAYLOR, RUDOLPH 
(Steve) 

Aim: Laboratory 
Technician 



WARD, JO ANN 

(Jo) 

Band 1,2,3,4 
President Band 3 
Student Council 

Aim: Accountant 




WHITFIELD, 

ELEANOR DELORES 
(Babae) 

Cheerleader 1, 2 
Parliamentarian of 

Junior Class 
Yearbook Staff 

Aim: Dental 
Technician 



WARREN, MARY 
JANET (Pus) 

Science Club 
Tri-H-Y Club 
Word Study Club 

Aim: Registered Nurse 



WATSON, LINDA 
WILLETTE (Lin) 

Bible Club 
Glee Club 

Aim: Seamstress 




MOST HUMOROUS 
Calvin Atkinson and Willie McKinney 



WHITFIELD, 

LEE WOOD (Lee) 

Explorer Club 
Dramatics Club 

Aim: U. S. Air Force 




WILLIAMS, ESSIE 
MELVIN (Lee) 

Safety Patrol 

Aim: Registered Nurse 



WILLIAMS, EARL 
(Professor) 

French Club 
Junior Hi-Y Club 
Business Manager of 
Senior Class 

Aim: Air Force Pilot 





BEST DANCERS 
Vester Whitley and Freda Smith 



WILLIAMS, MAXINE 

Student Council 2 
Secretary of National 

Honor Society 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Yearbook Staff 

Aim: Public 
Accountant 



WHITLEY, VESTER JR. 
(Fish) 

Varsity Club 

Parliamentarian 

Basketball 

Baseball 

Football 

Aim: Bricklayer 



WHITE, MURIEL 
(Princess) 

Bible Club 1 
Debating Club 

Aim: Fashion De- 
signer or Home 
Economics Teacher 



WHITE, SIM 

(Chewing Tongue) 

Dramatics 

Aim: History Teacher 




WOOTEN, SHELTON 
Aim: Bricklayer 




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SIMMONS, MARIE 
(Boot) 

Science Club 
Bible Club 
Tri-Hi-Y Club 
Word Study Club 

Aim: Teacher 




BEST, EUGENE 
(Jimmy) 

Aim: Engineer 



MORRIS, WILLIAM 
(Bllba) 

French Club 
Press Club 

Aim: Business Career 




WYNN, CHARLES 
(Hen) 

Safety Club 
Safety Patrol 
Football 
Yearbook 

Aim: Teacher 



SCOTT, JOSEPH JR. 
(Butch) 

Football 

Aim: Teacher 



SHERARD, 

CLEOPATRA 
(Poochie) 

Hi-Y 

Glee Club 
Press Club 

Aim: Secretary 




SIMMONS. ANNIE 

Glee Club 
Safety Club 
Dramatics 

Aim: Practical Nurse 



IN MEMORY OF 




RLONZO CHERRY 



"Steps to Success" 

Lives of great men all remind us 
We can make our lives sublime 

And departing leaves behind us 

Foot prints on the sands of time. 

Listen! Listen! According to a recent bulletin there will be an important meeting 
of the Senior Class of Dillard High' School tonight at 8 P. M. The meeting is called to 
draw highlights of four years at dear old Dillard. 

The Shrine of golden opportunities appeared in 1960 when we made our first step 
into high school. Mr. Hugh V. Brown was principal, Lula Smith was class president and 
Sonja Hobbs served as recording secretary. Branching off into academic, vocational, 
industrial and general curricula we met with strong competition from the upper class- 
men. Eleanor D. Whitfield, supported by our vigorous efforts, won second place in the 
school wide contest for "Miss Homecoming 1960." Sadness fell upon our freshman year 
when Alonzo Cherry passed. 

With our second step into the Sophomore year we triumphed with Mr. John H. 
Wooten as principal. Elgin Reid was president, Doris Harper was Vice President, and 
Muriel White was Recording Secretary. 

The third step was into the limelights of "Sophisticated Juniors." Class officers 
were Harold Batiste, president; George McDaniel, vice president; Norma Cherry, Re- 
cording Secretary. We recall the sensational presentation of our Junior" Play, "Terror 
In The Suburbs." Continuing with full strength ahead, we moved into preparation for 
the long-awaited Junior-Senior Prom. The Prom was, as our principal stated, "the 
best yet. " 

Names of our classmates dominated the list of officers elected to the Student 
Council during 1962-63. Harold Batiste was president, George McDaniel was Vice, 
Carolyn Robertson and Norma Cherry were Corresponding and Recording secretaries. 
Lula Smith reached for president of the State Student Council and won. What a gala 
year! 

Now, in the final year of high school memories, we are led by President Lula 
Smith, Vice rresiuent, Thomasine Hardy; Recording Secretary, Norma Cherry and 
Corresponding Secretary, Minnie Baldwin. Our lives are beautified with varied and 

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illuminating experiences. We have had our ups and downs, but we have the right to 
claim all good accomplished. With patience and perseverance the survivors of 
previous years mount the precipice for seniors only. A Class As A Unit is the last 
impression. 

Our last assembly haunts us with these lines from the pen of Longfellow's "Psalm 
of Life, " 

"We can make our lives sublime 

And departing leaves behind us 

Foot prints on the sands of time." Historian 

Minnie Baldwin 







T>MUnd Out s4C*t«z Tttate* 



Tune: Tschaikowsky's Piano Concerto (B Minor) 

Dear Dillard High Now We launch our rocket high to success 
Our Alma Mater, Blest! 

Dear Dillare High, soon we'll part, 
Our future lives to prepare, 
Of memories in our hearts 
We never shall be unaware. 
We're confident of success, 
Because, with youth, we are Blest; 

For we shall break the chains which hinder literacy, 

And smooth the paths, the glorious paths, to great democracy. 

The brand new world, we shall see, Demands Ability. 

Like satellites, will revolve, A globe of problems, now to solve. 

We must invest energy, combined with industry, 

To reach our goal, we must have faith and trust; 

The world we build-will be forever free-will e'er be free. 

Dillard we Love, God bless these sacred walls; 
Spacious and Tall, with busy halls, knowledge and power free. 
Now we can see, opportunity you open the door and many more will 
build a world that's free. 

If we, the youth, set the pace, then god will guide us through 
Grace. 

Although we must say "Adieu" to Loving Parents - Friends so true. 
We raise our voices, tonight In ferment harmony bright; 
How good it is to join in joyful Glee, together, with beauteous 
tone or lovely song and melody. 

Dear Dillard High Now we launch our rocket high to success 
Our Alma Mater - Blest! 



MOTTO: We launch the rocket of ambition to land on the planet of success. 



Carolyn Robertson, Maxine Williams 
Barbara Richardson 



CLASS COLORS: Green and White 



CLASS FLOWER: White Carnation 




Evelyn Best 



DILLARD HI NEWS 



MAY 1, 1978 ALUMNI SECTION 



NATIONAL TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 

The National Association of teachers will meet 
December 12, 1978. Those representing the Golds- 
boro district will be: Miss Mary Barnes, Mrs. Norma 
Burden (Norma Cherry), Mr. Carl Fennell, Mrs. 
Minnie Barnes (Minnie Swinson), Mrs. Muriel 
Herring (Muriel White), Mr. Columbus Keith, Miss 
Delois Faison, Miss Barbara King, and Mr. Joseph 
Scott. 

MUSICAL PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN IN THE WHITE 
HOUSE 

A musical program will be given, Mr. Isaac 
Best formerly a student of Dillard High in the White 
House. Mr. Best has received a master's degree 
in music from Howard University. 

GLOBETROTTERS - FEATURE DILLARD STUDENT 

Former Dillard High School Student, Mr. Harold 
Batiste, has been elected to play with the world 
famous Globetrotters. He will have a permanent 
position starting January 10, 1978. 

GET HIGH POSITIONS AT WALTER REID HOSPITAL 

The following young ladies were given top posi- 
tions in their fields of nursing: Miss Christine 
Anderson, Mrs. Marjorie M. Forbes (Minnie Balwin) 
Miss Evelyn J. Best, Miss Helen Broadie, Mrs. 
Brenda Whitfield (Brenda Crawford) Miss Vivian 
Davis, Miss Carol Hamilton, Mrs. Laura Whitley 
(Laura Jones) Mrs. Patricia Moses (Patricia 
Leggett) Mrs. Betty Cogdell (Betty Parks) Miss 
Carolyn Robertson, Miss Annie Simmons, Miss 
Janet Warren, and Miss Essie Williams, Mrs. 
Harold Batiste (Ina Howell) Mrs. Frankie Simmons 
(Brenda Thomas) Mrs. Vivian Day (Vivian Garrett) 



SEVERAL GRADUATES OF DILLARD HIGH SCHOOL 
RECEIVED SECRETARIAL POSITIONS IN GOVERN- 
MENT 

Many students who have recently graduated from 
Dillard High School and later from the colleges of their 
choices were given secretarial positions in the United 
States Government. The following young ladies 
were honored with such positions: Mrs. Gertrude 
Worrells (Gertrude Barnes), Miss Hyacinthia Becton, 
Miss Connie Best, Mrs. Louise Jordan (Louise Buck- 
rham), Miss Fannie Coley, Miss Annie Fuller, Miss 
Willie J. Hamilton, Mrs. Doris Coley (Doris Harper). 

MATH STUDENT BECOMES PRESIDENT OF THE 
UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI 

Mr. Eugene Best who has graduated from the 
University of Mississippi with a bachelor's degree 
and later from Howard University with a master's 
degree and now studying at Yale University has been 
elected as president of the "Old Miss" Campus. 

IMPORTANT ARCHITECT TO PLAN THE PRESI- 
DENT'S LIVING QUARTERS 

Mr. Shelton Wooten has been awarded the job 
of planning the president's living quarters in Palm 
Beach, Florida. Mr. Wooten has had years of 
experience and has a well known record for his 
works. 

ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED 

Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant, (Connie Best) 
celebrated their 12th anniversary yesterday. Many 
guests were present; a few were: Mr. James Coley 
and wife (Doris Harper), Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 
Bryant (Joann Ward), Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hamilton II 
(Grace Best), Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tate (Eleanor 
Whitfield). 



We, the members of the Senior Class of Dillard High School being sound in mind and body, 
in spite of our advisors - Mr. Parker, Mrs. Minnis, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Hughes; in our last 
will and testament signed under the seal of sorrows and woes, do hereby bestow the becoming 
necessities which we must get rid of on our associates who are still under the ban of English, 
Science, Mathematics, and History. 

Article I 

To our Principal, Mr. Wooten, we leave an ideal group of students who are never tardy or 
absent; and our gratitude for helping and guiding us on the road to success. 

Article II 

To the Faculty, we leave words of appreciation for giving us the real meaning of an education. 
Article III 

To the underclassmen, we leave you our seats in the classrooms and in the auditorium. 
Article IV 

Muriel White leaves her Home Economics ability to Gloria Herring. 
Norma Cherry Wills her secretarial ability to her sister, Frances. 
Lula Smith wills her hair to Jerelene Jones. 
To Grotha Moses, Patricia Leggett wills her shortness. 
Thomasine Hardy wills her legs to Martha Borden. 

Harold Batiste leaves his ability to play basketball to his brother, John. 

Allen Anderson wills Charles Miller his shoes. 

Doris Harper wills her typing ability to Rosa Jackson. 

Kennon Jacobs wills his ability to drive to Bessie Scott. 

Brenda Crawford leaves her senior seat to the last of the Crawfords. 

Barbara Richardson wills her singing ability to William Jetton. 

Carl Fennell wills his ability to capture rebounds to William Keith. 

Columbus Keith leaves his driving ability to Rudolph Coley. 

George Benton wills his diploma to Charles Miller. 

Louise Buckhram wills her singing ability to Lois Bynum. 

Normon Rhodes wills his ability to sing to Eugene Whitfield. 

Levi Hamilton wills to his brother Lamont his ability to beat drums. 

Connie Best wills to Linda Knight her ability to talk to boys. 

Melvin Coley wills his senior seat to Luther Dawson. 

Eleanor Whitfield wills her attractiveness to Bessie Darden. 

Minnie Baldwin leaves her Intelligence to Dorothy Jean Best. 

To Nettie Sherard, Vester Whitley wills his ability to love. 

John Jolly wills his voice to Darnell Thomas. 

In witness thereof, we the members of the class of '63 do set our hand and seal this thirty- 
first day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand-nine-hundred-sixty-three. 

The Class of '63 
Witnesses: 
Thomasine Hardy 
Barbara Richardson 
Norma Cherry 

Notary Public: Carolyn Robertson 




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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Left to Right: Nannie Johnson, Chaplain 

Charles Scott, Parliamentarian 

Luther Dawson, Vice President 

Claude Hatch, President 

Frances Cherry, Secretary 

Alexander Bryant, Marshal 

Barbara Spencer, Treasurer 

Angeline Moore, Corresponding Secretary 

James Swinson, Business Manager 




Ayers, Thomas 
Barnes, Earl 
Booth, George 

Borden, Gloria 
Borden, Martha 
Braswell, Florence 



Brooks, Mamie 
Bryant, Alexander 
Bryant, Shirley 



Coley, Rudolph 
Cooper, Margaret 
Cooper, Mildred 




Jones, Patricia 
President of 11-1 




Sue Spruill 
President of 11-2 



Dawson, Luther 
Flowers, Kenneth 
Grant, Barbara 



Hicks, Katrina 
Johnson, Delilah 
Johnson, Nannie 



Kirk, Cynthia 
Kornegay, Annie 
Matthews, Dorothy 

Mickens, James 
Moses, Grotha 
Pate, Robert 





Hatch, Claude 
President of 11-3 

























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Bagley, Kenneth 
Barnes, Clara 
Bunn, Nora 

Carlisle, Mildred 
Cherry, Mary F. 
Darden, Jankie 



Durham, Kenneth 
Fennell, Walter 
Frazier, Gladys 



Gills, Douglas 
Holmes, Catherine 
Hines, Johnnie 



Parks, Delores 
Scott, Charles 
Speight, Wilhelmina 



Spencer, Barbara A. 
Stallings, Vivian 
Summers, Geraldine 



Vann, Jewel 
Ward, Richard 
Wilson, Ronald 



Wiggins, Wilhelmina 
Woodard, Charles 
Wooten, Thomas 




Parks, Josephine 





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Lofton, Gloria 



Brown, Carl 
Campbell, Carl 
Daniels, Esther 

Edwards, Almeta 
Exum, Doris 
Flowers, Earlene 



George, Carolyn 
Green, Shirley 
Holmes, Andrew 



Isler, Annie 
Keith, William 
Lane, Veronica 



Philyaw, Orcaster 



Monk, Geraldine 
Moser, Mamie 
McBride, James 



Rhodes, Rober L 
Rouse, Samuel 
Simmons, Bessie 



Smith, James 
Stephens, Henry 
Thompson, Bradford 

Thomas, Darnell 
Smith, Mary 
Taylor, Patsy 




Worrells, Donald 
President of 11-4 





Stephens, Barbara 
President of 11-5 









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Anderson, Annie 
Blue, Ruby 
Best, Detra 

Brewer, Inez 
Brown, Kirby 
Cherry, Earlene 

Cox, Dorothy 
Ford, Gloria Jean 
Forte, Shirley 

Height, Emmet 
Herring, Mae 
Isler, Barbara 



Kornegay, Willie 
Kornegay, Robert 
Lofton, Bertha 

Raynor, Donnell 
Reese, Jerrie 




Sims, Doris Newkirk, Paul 



Smith, Betty 
Smith, Michael 
Swinson, James 



Ward, Gloria 
Whitley, Patricia 
Williams, Fannie 




Parker, Edna 



Bannerman, Patricia 
Barnes, Harold 
Barnes, Linda 

Bennett, Annie 
Best, Dorothy 
Black, Jessie 

Bryant, Carolyn 
Cain, James 
Coley, Helen 




Eagleson, Wilson Jr. 
President of 11-6 



Flanagan, Margie 
Greenfield, Jimmy 
Hicks, Naomi 



Kent, Carolyn 
Kornegay, Walter 
Lewis, Billy 



Lewis, Delvia 
Loftin, Floyd 
Marsh, Charles 



Mickens, Carnell 
Middleton, Brenda 
Moore, Angeline 

Morris, Doris 
Mclntyre, Kenneth 
Mclntyre, Patricia 




Junior Class Production 





Gloria Jean Silver 
as 

"Kathy, the little girl with a 
Big Problem" 



2. 


Patsy Taylor 


3. 


Luther Dawson 


4. 


Gloria Lofton 


5. 


Charles Shaw 


6. 


Angeline Moore 


7. 


Mary Smith 


8. 


Donald Worrells 


9. 


Kenneth Bagley 


10. 


Cynthia Kirk 


11. 


Barbara Grant 


12. 


Walter Fennell 


13. 


Clara Barnes 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

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Left to Right; Curtis Phillips, President 

Annetta Dawson, Business Manager 
Shirley Ward, Treasurer 
Gwendolyn Crawford, Secretary 
Mary Uzzell, Assistant Secretary 
Annie Peacock, Parliamentarian 



- MOTTO - 



"STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE" 




Allen, Ennis 
Atkinson, Carolyn 
Bell, Jessie 
Bell, Timothy 
Best, Beverly 

Best, Dorothy 
Best, Leroy 
Blount, William 
Booth, Barbara 
Britt, Edna 

Britt, Ruby 
Brown, Jo Ann 
Burden, Doris 
Burden, Patricia 
Borden, Mary 

Burney, Carl 
Coley, Clarence 
Coley, Gloria 
Craft, Shirley 
Daniel, Larry 

Dawson, Freddie 
Durant, Sandra 
Fennell, Isabelle 
Ford, Laforest 
Garret, Janie 

Hardy, Norman 
Hill, Brenda 
Hill, Glendora 
Hines, Leslie 
Hobbs, Jesse 

Houpe, Margaret 
Isler, Jackie 
Jackson, Jahtham 
Jackson, Rosalene 
Joyner, Edan 

Kates, Carolyn 
Lewis, Judith 
McCarter, Clarence 
McDaniel, Gerald 
Peacock, Annie 

Phillips, Curtis 
Pridgen, Mary 
Robertson, Robert 
Sherard, Marvin 
Siler, Monte 

Smith, Elain 
Smith, Catherine 
Spicer, Sarah 
Slalling, Delorse 
Swinson, Charles 



Artis, Richard 
Barkley, Alvin 
Barnes, Brenda 
Barnes, Lubert 
Bell, Carrie 

Bishop, Carol 
Bryant, Linda 
Brinson, Betty 
Burden, Ernestine 
Carter, Carolyn 

Clarke, David 
Cobbs, Janice 
Craig, Judith 
Cox, Samuel 
Cain, Daisy 

Edwards, Lillie 
Exum, Evelyn 
Ferrell, Mary 
Flowers, Shirley 
Ford, Charlie 

Frazier, Daniel 
Futrelle, Ben 
Harper, Douglas 
Henderson, Donnie 
Hill, Daisy 

Horner, Melvin 
Horton, Rosa 
Langely, Ethel 
Johnson, Thelma 
Laneyston, Milton 

Lawson, Douglas 
Martin, Elizabeth 
McNair, Henrietha 
Miller, Charles 
Moses, Louvenia 

Person, Nancy 
Parker, Carolyn 
Raynor, Annie 
Raynor, Hubert 
Richardson, Edward 

Roberts, Gloria 
Simmons, Sylvanius 
Stokes, Jimmie 
Taylor, Johnny 
Ward, Shirley 

Warren, Donnie 
Waters, Adell 
White, D. Jean 
White, Letha 
Whitfield, Eugene 





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Alston, Janice 
Atkinson, Patricia A. 
Becton, Annie R. 
Bell, Gloria 
Bowden, Belly 

Braswell, Hubert 
Brown, Joarful 
Coley, Gloria 
Crawford, Gwendolyn 
Crawford, Lenora 

Dordin, Bessie 
Faison, Letha 
Ford, Minnie R. 
Fredrick, Leodus L. 
Grant, Robert 

Gregory, Henry 
Hamilton, Gloria 
Herring, Gloria 
Hobbs, Carolyn 
Howard, Charles 

Hubbard, Joyce 
Johnson, Linda 
Jones, Lola 
Leggett, Robert 
Lewis, Helen 

Marsh, Genger 
Marshel, Blonnie 
McPeril, Vivian 
Moore, Phenbie 
McNeil, Inez 

McKoy, Delores 
Newsome, Lila 
Patterson, Clayon 
Patrick, Jeffery 
Robertson, James 

Solomon, Thomasine 
Scott, Bessie 
Sherard, Nettie 
Smith, Patricia 
Stevens, Christine 

Stevens, Lula 
Stohis, Zela 
Wash, Owen 
Whitfield, Delena 
Wiggs, Frederick 



Bell, Albert 
Berry, Bruce 
Black, Larry 
Bowden, Doris 
Burden, Christine 

Darden, James 
Graham, Mamie 
Hall, William 
Jackson, Shirley 
Jacobs, Willie 

James, Jarmon 
Johnson, Joe Mac 
Jordan, Lafayette 
Kornegay, Eddie 
Lane, Charles 

Lewis, Bertha 
Lewis, Richard 
Lewis, Robert 
Lynn, William 
Merritweather, Edward 

Musgrave, Robert 
Pereall, Mary 
Pope, Curtis 
Porter, Paul 
Pridgen, James 

Rouse, Carl 
Silver, Ester 
Smith, Melton 
Solomon, William 
Taylor, James 

Washington, Edward 
Washington, Leroy 
Waters, Hattie 
Whitfield, Janet 
Wilson, Donnell 

Wilson, Margaret 
Woodard, Flonnie 
Wooten, Geraldine 
Wooten, Thelma 
Worrells, Fletcher 

Worrells, Shirley 
Uzzell, Mary 
Williams, Dorsey 
Williams, Jeanette 
Williams, Lessie 




Allen, Betty 
Hill, James 
Allen, Maxine 
Hill, Linda 
Alston, William 

Hines, David 
Armstrong, Chester 
Hines, Herbert 
Artis, Dephine 
Hines, Sylvia 

Atkinson, Joyce 
Hinson, James 
Atkinson, Jimmy 
Hodges, Doreen 
Bagley, Shelton 

Holder, Arthur 
Bater, Glenda 
Holland, Janice 
Barnes, Elmer 
Holoman, Helen 

Baldwin, Donald 
Hooker, Donald 
Barden, Edna 
Horner, Joseph 
Barfield, Mary 

Howard, Annette 
Barnes, Roberta 
Howard, Amizah 
Barnes, Thelma 
Howard, Marion 

Barfield, Doris 
Hubbard, Barbara 
Barr, Linda 
Isler, Harold 
Batiste, John 

Jackson, Betty 
Batts, Agnes 
Jacobs, Sallie 
Bingham, Linda 
Jarman, Carl 

Bell, Ruby 
Jarmen, James 
Best, Blonnie 
Jones, Donald 
Best, Decorour 

Jones, Donnell 
Best, Elizabeth 
Jones, Faye 
Best, Janice 
Jones, James 



Bowden, Odell 
Brown, William 
Best, Mabel 
Braswell, Anna 

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Best, Linda 






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Best, Robert 
Braswell, Carolyn 
Blount, Jimmy 
Brazil, Carlton 






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Brewington, Doris 
Boney, Marion 
Britton, Essie 
Bowden, Dorothy 
Bingham, Linda 


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Britt, Mabeltine 
Jones, Judy 
Brown, Bernice 
Johnson, Linda 
Brown, Louise 








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Bryant, Lula 
Jones, Winston 
Bryant, Rosalind 
Johnson, Gilbert 
Bryant, Ruby 




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Bunch, Thurman 
Johnson, Sammy 










Bynum, Eleanor 
Joyner, Dorothy 
Burden, Donnell 
Kennon, Boss 
Campbell, Julia 








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Carmichael, John 
King, James 
Coley, Carolyn 
King, Jessie 
Coley, Clenimesto 


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King, Mary 
Cowan, Ronnie 
King, Sandra 
Cox, James 




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King, Shirley 
Cox, Sandra 
Lane, Roosevelt 
Crews, Edith 

Crowder, Calvin 
Lewis, Judy 
Dancy, William 
Lane, Nellie 
Daniels, Rossie 

Darden, Aline 
Lewis, Geraldine 
Daniels, Doretha 
Lane, Johnny 
Davis, Herman 

Davis, Jerry 
Lane, Sandra 
Davis, Rosa 
Lawson, Charles 
Davis, Thurman 

Dawson, Annette 
Lewis, Wilhelmina 
Dawson, Teresa 
Loftin, Carol 
Dixon, Norman 

Dixon, James 
Loftin, Margaret 
Edwards, Nathan 
Lucus, Bobby 
Ellis, Barbara 

Evans, Leroy 
Manuel, Jeffery 
Exum, James 
Marsborn, Larry 
Exum, Shirley 

Faison, Archie 
Martin, Charles 
Faison, Peggy 
Martin, James 
Langue, Esthel F. 

Flowers, Jimmy 
McCral, Edna 
Flowers, Donnell 
McCoy, Rickey 
Flowers, Richard 

Flowers, William 
McDuffie, Annie 
Ford, Joyce 
McEachen, Oscar 
Forte, Rosa 



Forte, Samuel 
McElroy, Patricia 
Foster, Patricia 
McKethen, Mildred 
Foust, Patricia 

Foye, Roosevelt 
McKinize, Birl 
Gills, Marjorie 
McKinnon, Alexander 
Grantham, Ernest 

Grantham, Mamie 
McLeod, Annie Carol 
Gray, A. J. 
McNair, Robert 
Greenfield, Connell 

Greenfield, Willie 
Midtens, Mack 
Gregory, Willie Mae 
Mitlon, Martha 
Griffin, Carolyn 

Griffin, Edward 
Monk, James 
Hall, Esther 
Monk, James 
Ham, Georgia 

Hamilton, Clarence 
Monisey, Geraldine 
Hamilton, Lamount 
Moses, Hugh Van 
Hamilton, Thommy 

Hannae, Ronnie 
Munford, Ralph 
Hannar, Ervin 
Munford, Betty 
Harris, Clayton 

Hardy, Angeline 
Murphy, Douglas 
Hargrove, Sandra 
Murray, Lafyette 
Harvey, William 

Hayes, David 
Newsome, Bobby 
Heath, Arthur 
Oaten, Jerry 
Heath, Leona 

Hicks, Clarence 
Oaten, Joyce 
Hill, Evelyn 
Packer, Brenda 
Hill, Janice 



Taylor, Melvin 
Taylor, Gloria 
Taylor, James 

Thomas, Barbara 
Thomas, Mary 
Thompson, Waddell 
Thompson, Allen 
Thompson, Gloria 

Thornton, Donald 
Thornton, Arrold 
Toler, Patricia 
Townsend, Catherine 
Vaughn, Lawerence 

Walls, J. C. 
Washington, Johnnie 
Walls, Annie 
Ward, K. Frances 
Waters, Diana 

Waters, Milton 
Ward, Mineran 
Wellington, Hattie 
Weathers, Donald 
White, Betty 

Whitley, Gerald 
Whitfield, Grace 
William, Larry 
Wiley, Joseph 
Wiley, Regina 

Williams, Jesse 
Williams, Robert 
Wiggs, Queen Esther 
Williams, Joyce 
Williams, John 

Wasten, Warren 
Wooten, Zilphia 
Worrells, Linda 
Worrells, William 
Wooten, Sylvia 

Worrells, Lefonza 
Wooten, Johnny 
Wooten, Roger 
Wynn, James 
Yeleverton, Mary 

Young, John 
Yeleverton, Yoett 
Yeventon, Sarah 



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Parks, Doris 
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Parrott, Izell 
Patrick, Toni 
Powell, Calvin 
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Reid, James 
Renfrou, Geraldine 
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Rhodes, Earl 
Rowe, Willie 
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Rodgers, Audrey 
Sampson, Edward 
Sounders, Emilly 
Scott, Janice 






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Shealy, Johnice 
Sheard, Charles 
Shereld, Bobby 
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Simmons, Lerre 
Smith, Charlie 
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Our thanks go to Mr. Brown, Mr. Wooten and Dr. Shope for having conceived a 
plan to continue education for students who had to drop out of Day School and for 
adults who desire to complete their education. 

The weekly sessions on Mondays and Thursdays include courses necessary for a 
high school diploma. English, science, mathematics, social studies, health and typ- 
ing are taught. Regular commencement exercises are held at the close of each night 
school year. Rev. J. E. Arnette, Rev. Ronald Coley and Mr. Hugh V. Brown have 
been commencement speakers. Mrs. J. B. Carr, Mrs. T. I. Johnson, Mrs. A. W. 
Minnis, Mrs. R. A. Siler, Mr. A. B. Parker, Mr. J. H. Anderson, Mrs. D. D. Jones, 
Mrs. Majorie Cowan, Mrs. Mary Cowan, Mrs. C. M. Barnes, Mr. Neal A. Stitt and 
Mr. Andrew Holmes have all been faculty members. 

In the three years of its operation, the school has graduated more than forty-five 
students. Some have gone to college and others have been able to obtain better jobs. 

- Mrs. C. M. Barnes 
Faculty Chairman 

THEME: PREPARING NOW FOR THE FUTURE 
THROUGH ADULT EDUCATION. 



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Mrs. A. W. Minnis - Teacher 





U. S. HISTORY 
Mr. A. Holmes - Teacher 




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s4*t s4ctcve Pi&teifiaC 




Returning from an appointment . . . Discussing Civic Issues . . . 



Su&tKe44 (?tci4Ae& *P*efr<z*e 7i& fan 'Po4ttto*t4, 

off ^eaden&fcfi 




Ina Howell, Barbara Grant and Mary Cherry are developing their Shorthand skills by taking dictation from records. 




Doris Harper learns to clean a Typewriter Louise Buckrham prepares to mimeograph a project 




Mrs. Manns instructs in quick reference procedures 



LIBRARY HONOR 



£dd€*ttcal 'Pante o£ Can School 



HELP US INDIVIDUALLY AND 




ASSISTANTS Students study the Origin of Animal and Plant Life 




OUR 
To teach students 
the basic grammar 
rules as well as 
other essential 
knowledge. 

To develop the 
ability to listen 



Mrs. D. D. Jones supervises a class in literary listening - Bobby Coley plays the album. 



Social Studied i ?*tfrvwK6 o£ 




Quiz Programs play an important part in Mr. Green's English Mrs. McKoy makes good use of! 

Classes teaching Social Studies 



AIMS 
and to evaluate 
discriminately . 

To emphasize joy 
to be found in 
books and to make 
reading an adven- 
ture, not a chore. 




Mrs. Minnis and her students enjoy scanning through books in the Library. 




her charts, globes, maps etc. in 



Mrs. W. C. Jones's English Classes presents a forum - "Are Radio, Tele- 
vision, and Motion Pictures threats to Leisure Reading?" Annie Peacock 
is the leader. 



^<z*tyu<zye4, Often Tfecu WonlcU 




Miss S. E. Jones and Mrs. M. K. Jackson are our Foreign Language Teachers. 




Miss Isler's Dramatics Class is ready for the festival. 



'PfafAtccU Sducataut g Devetofi& Sound Sodtet 





Johnny Barnes demonstrates a typical polar graph of the equation: Y=10 sine 30 while class observes him. 




Science IttAtitU VnacfAt *U*tt* t6e 'pcttute 




Pictured above is a group of science students performing an experiment to determine the effect electrolytes and 
nonelectrolytes have on the boiling and freezing points of a solution. 




STATISTICS REPORT From the Mathematics The General Science Class shown above are learning how electro-magnets 
Department. work. 



1« 




JUNIOR MASONRY 




INDUSTRIAL ARTS 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 

Mr. W. P. Siler - Instructor 




FRESHMAN CLASS 

Mr. W. T. Macon - Instructor 



Students ^ean*t &y Dot*ty 




Mrs. E. S. Jones - Home Economics Teacher 



BOYS ENJOY HOME ECONOMICS, TOO 




Miss O. Douglas - Home Economics Teacher 



MANY GIRLS MAKE THEIR OWN DRESSES 



'pttU * Tteect <z*td T*e*MUtcU 





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out, (glee &Ce€& " 




CUSTODIAN STAFF 




Cun P~?s4 PnMHoteA, School rfcUo4Ue& 




President George Wilson (center) discusses a plan with Principal John H. Wooten, Sr. , Mrs. Geneva Hamilton, 
Vice President; Mrs. Willie C. Jones, Secretary; and Mrs. Eliza O. Jones, Treasurer. 




"Fathers of Dillard" have organized to improve working relations of parents and patrons of the school. Mr. Henry 
Gregory (3rd from left) is President. 



F. Peacock G. Barnes c. Wynn R. Alston L. Reid M. Barnes 







*" »>« *,*• ' * l— 

J. Bryant D. Pope K. Jacobs M. Swinson L. Whitfield L. Black 






/ 




I. Howell G. Kornegay l. Atkinson C. Fennell V. Davis 






i 





S. Foreman V. McCarin J. Hall B. Crawford L. Moses C. Robertson 





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vwmmwmmmmmm\\wmm\m ■■■i ll* mi||i|| \\& imii— JHIIilill ill ill WHMW 

HHI HHHHHH 

2 




Some of the Tiger Strength 




William Jones 
Played in Shrine Bowl held in Durham 



Just before Game 



Another pose of William Jones 






W. KEITH, G 




Captain 
All State 





HAROLD BATISTE 



W. EAGLESON, G 




R. WILSON, G 




Co-Captain 





F. PEACOCK, F 



N. BALDWIN, G 




C. FENNELL, F 




LEWIS, G 



P. NEWKIRK, G 



C. HATCH, G 



THE TIGER PEP SONG 



Dear Old Dillard we love! 

Dear Old Dillard we love! 

We will stand by your colors 

We'll be loyal and bold! 

We'll always be defenders of the Blue 

Dear Old Dillard we love! 

Dear Old Dillard we love! 

We'll be faithful and true 

Dear Old Dillard to you (Rah! Rah!) 

Dear Old Dillard we love! 

SING IT OVER . . . 




Student &ouHCil Ojjteetu 



President - Harold Batiste; Vice President - George McDaniel; Secretary - Carolyn Robertson 




Student gotutdt ' Tftew^u 



Volume 33 — Number 1 



Dillard High School, Goldsboro, N. C, October, 1962 



Price 15 Cents 



Tigers Awarded 
Medals, Letters 

Members of last year's teams 
received medals and letters at 
the first pep meeting of the year 
September 7. Members of the 
Varsity Basketball team receiv- 
ing medals were, Harold Batiste, 
Nathaniel Baldwin, Carl Fen- 
nell, William Newkirk, William 
Jetton; Junior Varsity: Larry 
Williams, Earl Barnes, Charles 
Lane, Billy Lewis, Fletcher Wor- 
rells, William Keith, Claude; 
Hatch. 

Football team members re- 
ceiving medals were: Hack 
Lewis, James Cain, Roosevelt 
McCrae, Larry Jackson, Paul 
Newkirk, William Jetton, Von- 
nell Lewis, Charles Wynn, gold 
football, William Jones, Letter, 
David Parker. Baseball mem- 
bers were: Vester Whitley, 
Hubert Daniels, William New- 
kirk, Kenneth Mclntyre; Letters, 
Earl Barnes, Colonel Barnes, 
William Jetton. 

Members of the cheering 
squad were presented by 
Margaret Miller, the captain. 
They were Josephine Parks, 
Sally Jacobs, Gale Smith, Eliza- 
beth Martin, Janice Cobbs and 
Delilah Johnson. 




9 New Additions 
To Dillard Faculty 

Nine new instructors have 
joined the Dillard staff this year 
and two former instructors have 
returned after a leave of ab- 
sence. 



Mrs. R. O. Manns, librarian, Is 
a native of New Bern, N. C. She 
is a graduate of Shaw University 
and has studied at the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina. 

The new home economic) 
1 teacher is Mrs. O. M. Douglas 
I from Charlotte, N. C. She is a 
graduate of North Carolina Col- 
lege. 

Mr. W. T. Macon also from 
Charlotte is a teacher of Indus- 
trial Arts, and is a graduate of 
A&T College. 

The new teacher of Physical 
Education and Health is Mrs. J. 

nboro. 



School Welcomes 
Many Newcomers 

On behalf of the faculty and 
students, Principal J. H.. Wooten 
and Student Council president, 
Harold Batiste, at the first as- 
sembly hour welcomed the new 
students who had enrolled for 
the year. 

They are: Joseph J. Scott, 
Vorhees School and Junior Col- 



Parents, T 
Attend Firs 

Dillard Parent-T 
sociation had at its i 
of the school year 
and teachers who w 
installation ceremo 
officers for 1962-63 
ports from committ 
couraging remarks 1 
dent. 

In his brief re 
George Wilson, p 
stressed the import 
best efforts of the 
for the best supp 
school's programs 
nounced the agenda 
as follows: 
September — Orie 




ver High School, Mount Oliver, 
N. C, and Larry J. Babineaux, 
North Mexico City. 

The freshmen are Allan 
Thompson, South Lumberton 
High School, Lumberton, N. C; 
Shirley Exum, Norwayne 
School, Pikeville, N. C; Roger 
Wooten, Shaw Junior High 
School, Washington, D. C; 



School, Dover, N. C; Betty Mur- 



(continued on page 2) 



D. C. T. ORBITS 

The Diversified Cooperative 
Training Program is off again to, 
a second successful year with 
an enrollment of fifty students 
More boys than girls registered 
and are seeking job placements 
No one, however, has lost sight 
Charles Miller, Dover High-faf the major purposes— to se 



Alumnus Of 1957 
Receives Rank 
Of Lieut. Colonel 

Martel Scott, Jr., has been 
promoted to rank of Lieutenant 
Colonel, and is now Wing In 
spector of the Air Force and 
Joint Inspector of the Army for 
h's school, and A;- D»r>uty for 
A-nold (ROTC) Air . ' He 



cure occupational information 
phy, P. S. Jones Hiph School I and guidance and to receiv 

CROP CROP 0P CR O p CROP CROP ( Lackbu 

*E HIRE HERE HERE uo, last summer, 
imately liiiecu siuucun «ci nuncl is a senior at Howard 
placed at their training stations. | University. 



Bryant, Dunb 
Baltimore, M HERE 

Blount, Corer_ _ 

York, N. Y. 



HERE 



President Henry Gregory is 
requesting that more Dillard 
fathers and male patrons who 
are interested in uplifting, as- 
sisting and working to improve 
working relations of parents and 
patrons with the school, join the 
DH Fathers' Organizations. 

At Its meeting October 4, the 
group considered participation; 
in the Dillard Homecoming ac- 
tivity October 12, the safety of 
students following dismissal of 
school and in the State Health 
and Citizenship meeting to be 
held In Greenville in November 



:ormer 
turned 
bsence 
State 
es, ab- 
las re- 
her of 



res 

Book To Dillard 
High Library 

Goldsboro Lions Club has 
given the Dillard Library a 
book titled "Toward the Dawn," 
by Bradshaw. 

The book tells of progress and 
history of the first quarter of a 
century of the North Carolina 
State Association for the Blind. 

Other gift selections, presen- 
ted by Robert Dowery, teacher 
and basketball coach, are "A 
Lion Is in the Street," "The Tra- 
gedy of Hamlet," Robinson 
Crusoe," "The Foxes of Har-> 
row," "I Dare You", and "Poema 
of Phyllis Wheatley." 



Petite Street &o*pt*tuoutcf, (2e*tte* ~7ee*t (Rotated 



President - John Jolley; Vice President - Levi Hamilton, Jr. ; Secretary - Linda Atkinson; As. Secretary - Doris 
Bowden; Business Manager - Harold Batiste. 




Son: Dad, what makes an elephant so big? 
Father: I don't know, son. 
Son; Why is a lion dangerous? 
Father: I don't know, son. 
Son: Am I bothering you with my questions? 
Father: Not at all. You'll never learn anything if 
you don't ask. 

* * * * 

Geraldine; What's the difference between a pill 
and a hill? 

Margaret; One is hard to get down and the other 
is hard to get up. 

* * * * 

Teacher; "Can anyone in the class tell me the 

meaning of the word appetite?" 
Joyce (timidly raising her hand): "I know, sir, 

when I'm eating I'm 'appy and when I'm done 

I'm tight. " 

* * * * 

Levi: "You know I've just found out something new 

about women. " 
Grace: What have you found out my dear "Levi"? 
Levi: "Give a woman an inch and she gets the idea 

she's a ruler. " 

* * # » 

Mable: "You know now-a-days girls can't count 
on boys. " 

Jean: "Then what else can they count on?" 
Mable: "The only thing a girl can count on now-a- 
days is her fingers. " 

* * * « 

Biology Teacher; Define Anatomy for me, Jim. 
Jim; Anatomy is a gnat on me that annoys me. 



by Miss Norma Jean Cherry 
L. J. : Which do you like, the Red Sox or the White 
Sox? 

C. B. : Nylons; They get less runs. 

* *# # 

English Teacher; Cookie, will you tell the class 

the principle parts of Swim: 
Cookie (Eagerly says): Why of course I will, Miss 

Isler. Swim, Swam, and Float. 

** ** 

Gloria: Why do little pigs eat so much? 

Carl: They're trying to make hogs of themselves. 

**** 

Bren had just received an engagement ring and 
wore it down to breakfast the next morning. To 
her exasperation no one noticed the ring. Finally, 
after fuming and squirming throughout the meal, a 
lull came in the conversation, and she exclaimed 
loudly, "My goodness, it's hot in here. I think I'll 
take off my ring. " 

* ** # 

Teacher; "Yes, Melvin, what is it?" 

Melvin; "I don't want to scare you, but my old 

man said if I didn't get better grades, someone 

is due for a licking. " 

* ** * 

Doris to conductor: I would like a ticket to New 
York. 

Conductor: Do you want to go by Buffalo? 
Doris: No, I prefer the train. 

* ** * 

Donnie: "Do you think it's right to punish folks for 

things they haven't done?" 
Teacher: "Why of course not, Donnie." 
Donnie: "Good, because I didn't do my Geometry 

assignment on Axioms and postulates." 



tyieate* T>iMcifui /4(Utm*U, Itc. 




OFFICERS OF GOLDSBORO CHAPTER: Thelma Smith, Secretary; Helen Hartley, Treasurer; Josephine 
Young, Assistant Secretary; Mack Hicks, Scholarship Committee Repr. ; Raymond Smith, Vice President; 
Leslie Parks, President. 



OUT-OF-STATE CHAPTER PRESIDENTS 

Joseph Hill Washington, D. C. 

Hilda S. Jackson - ----- - Philadelphia, Pa. 

Nathaniel Lawson - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - Baltimore, Md. 

James Pelham — - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - j^ ew York City 

Annual Meetings: September (Labor Day Weekend) 

February (George Washington's Birthday) 
May (Memorial Day) 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Neal A. Stitt 

PURPOSE: To develop a more appreciative fellowship among ourselves, provide finan- 
cial assistance for graduates of Dillard, promote the general welfare of the school and 
community, and secure the workable relationship between ourselves and our Alma 
Mater. 



7<& T>de*ncUu St*a 




Left to Right 
Maxine Williams 
Connie Best 
Barbara Richardson 
Elgin Reid 
Mable T. Hardy- 
Editor 

STANDING: 
Norma Cherry 
Carolyn Robertson 
Doris Harper- 
Typist 



Left to Right 
Harvey Barnes - 
Business Manager 
Johnny Barnes 
William Morris 
Sim White 







Left to Right 
John Jolly-Sport's 
Editor; Doris 
Harper; Associate 
Editor, James Bryant; 
Minnie Baldwin 
Eleanor Whitfield 
Hycinthia Becton- 
Typist 



We wish to thank everyone who has helped to make our yearbook a success. 
THE SENIOR CLASS OF '63 



OUR PATRONS 



A Friend 

Mrs. Mary Allen 

Mr. Eddie Anderson Jr. 

Miss Collie Austin 

Miss F. E. Atkins 

Mr. Audrey Baggett 

Mr. Jerry Barby 

Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Barnes 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barnes 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Barnes 

Mrs. Nokomis Barnes 

Mr. L. D. Baker 

Mrs. Fannie Battle 

Mr. Woodrow Bell 

Miss Hyacinthia Becton 

Mr. Leaveater Berry 

Miss Connie Best 

Mrs. Corean Best 

Mrs. Eula Best 

Mr. Linwood Best 

Mr. Milford Best 

Mrs. Noamia Best 

Rev. W. A. Blaswell 

Mrs. Essie P. Borden 

Mr. Leroy Borden 

Mrs. E. W. Bostic 

Mrs. D. Branch 

Mrs. Maybell Braswell 

Mr. Lorenzo Braswell 

Mrs. Mary Braswell 

Miss Mollie Braswell 

Mr. and Mrs. Cleaster Britt 

Mr. Charles E. Broadie 

Mrs. Lucindy Broadie 

Mr. Melvin Broadie 

Mr. Ivory Broadie 



Mr. Joseph Broadie 

Mrs. Beatrice Bryant 

Mrs. Dorothy Bryant 

Mr. James Bryant 

Mr. Vera Bryant 

Mrs. Janet Butler 

Mr. Lou M. Burden 

Mr. Ralph Burden 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Burden 

Mr. Alonzo Butler Jr. 

Mr. Alphonzo Butler 

Mr. Plimore Carr 

Mrs. James Chavis 

Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Cherry 

Mr. Johnnie Cole 

Mrs. R. A. Cole 

Mrs. A. D. Coley 

Mr. David Coley 

Mrs. Rosa Coley 

Mr. and Mrs. Thadis Coley 

Mrs. Virginia Coley 

Mr. John Coor 

Mrs. Gwendolyn Corney 

Mrs. Dorothy Cox 

Mr. and Mrs. John Cox 

Mrs. Gertha Cox 

Mr. Oion E. Cox 

Mrs. Mary Craig 

Mr. Jerry B. Campbell 

Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. Crawford 

Mr. A. C. Crowder 

Mr. James L. Cumming 

Mr. Hubert Daniels 

Mrs. Janie Daniels 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Daniels 

Mrs. Nordicia Davis 



Mr. Norman Dixon 
Mrs. Gladys Daye 
Mrs. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Thero Davis 

Miss Annette Dawson 

Miss Eva Deans 

Miss Edna Dixon 

Mrs. Rematha Dixon 

Mr. Richard Dixon 

Dr. and Mrs. M. E. DuBusette 

Miss Mae Edmundson 

Miss J. V. Edwards 

Mr. Joe Eurett 

Mr. John Exum 

Mrs. Annie Fairley 

Mr. Robert Fairley 

Young Fashions 

Miss Mary Ferrell 

Mrs. Hattie Flangan 

Miss Minnie Flowers 

Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Ford 

Mr. W. A. Fostic 

Miss Mary Freemen 

Mr. Russell Frederick 

Friend 

Mrs. Annie Ruth Fuller 

Mr. Willie C. Fuller 

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gabin 

Mrs. Beatric George 

Mr. Elizah Gills 

Mrs. Mary B. Gills 

Miss Libble Glaspie 

Mr. James E. Glay 

Mrs. Margaret Graham 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham 

Rev. James Grant 



Miss Dollie R. Greenfield 

Mrs. Mary A. Greenfield 

Mrs. Maude Greenfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gregory 

Miss Doretha Gregory 

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gregory 

Miss D. W. Hanks 

Miss Betty Sims Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall 

Mr. Jimmy Hall 

Mrs. Bertha Hamer 

Miss Aratha Hamilton 

Mrs. Nina Hamilton 

Mr. C. K. Harris 

Mrs. Mary Hardy 

Miss Doris Marie Harper 

Mrs. Auretha Harper 

Mr. Carl E. Hayes 

Mrs. Gladys Hayes 

Mr. Marvin Hayes 

Mrs. V. Heath 

Mr. Adran Herdy 

Mr. Charlie Herring 

Mr. George L. Herring 

Mr. Jessie Herring 

Mrs. Margaret Herring 

Mr. and. Mrs. Leonard Hodges 

Miss Virgil Hollowell 

Mrs. Dewallis Horton 

Mr. Jesse Horton 

Mrs. Hospadell 

Mr. Amaziah Howell 

Miss Betty Howell 

Mr. Bobby Howell 

Mr. and Mrs. David Howell 

Apt. and Mrs. Ernest R. Howell 



Miss Mary Howell 

Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Howell 

Mrs. Vasco Howell 

Mrs. Auby Inman 

Mrs. M. Isler 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jacobs 

Mr. Frank Jacobs, Jr. 

Mrs. C. C. James 

Mrs. Emma L. James 

Mrs. Frances Johnson 

Mrs. Juanita Jacobs 

Mrs. Eliza S. Jones 

Mrs. D. D. Jones 

Mrs. Lossie Jones 

Mrs. Mary Keith 

Mrs. Evangeline Kelly 

Mrs. Etheline C. King 

Mrs. Julia C. King 

Mr. James H. Kornegay 

Mrs. Jessie B. Kornegay 

Mr. James Langston 

Mrs. Beatrice Lee 

Mr. Bircus Lewis 

Mrs. C. E. Lewis 

Mr. James Lewis 

Mrs. Malliesic Lewis 

Miss Mozella Lewis 

Mrs. Rachel Lewis 

Mrs. Locklair 

Mr. H. B. Lucas 

Sgt. and Mrs. Alton G. Massey 

Mrs. Geraldine Mathews 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Melton 

Miss Luillie Melvin 

Mrs. Annie McCoy 

Mr. Richae McDuffie 



Mrs. Sallie McDuffie 

Miss Leola McDuffie 

Mr. Lonnie McDuffie, Jr 

Mr. Aubrey McElroy 

Mrs. Edna McFarland 

Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester McMillan 

Mr. Jessie McKinsey 

Mr. Luther McKinnie 

Mrs. Hazel Mickens 

Mr. Clifton Middleton 

Mrs. Connie Middleton 

Mr. Connie Middleton 

Officer Sylvester Midgette 

Mrs. A. W. Minnis 

Mr. Roger Mitchell 

Mr. Russell Mitchell 

Mrs. M. A. Morgan 

Mr. William S. Moore 

Mr. James Leslie Moses 

Mrs. Lenora Moses 

Thomas's Motel 

Mrs. Flossie Mumford 

Master Ozzin Murphy II 

Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Pate 

Mrs. Bulah Patterson 

Mrs. Docras Patterson 

Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Payton, Jr. 

Mrs. Mildred Pearsall 

Miss Clara Pearson 

Mr. H. E. Peterson 

Rev. S. O. Pouncey 

Mr. Amos L. Powell 

Mrs. V. L. Powell 

Mr. William R. Powell 

Mrs. Hellen Pridgen 

Mrs. Carry Raynor 



Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Best 
Mr. Bruce Cherry- 
Mr. Pickney Cherry 
Mr. Andrew Coley 
Mrs. Daisy Coley 
Mr. James A. Coley 
Mrs. Voila Evans 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gregary 
Mr. Eugene Green 
Mr. George Green 
Mrs. Rosa Herring 
State Hospital Grocery 
Mrs. Dan Humphrey 
Mr. B. B. Jordan 
Mr. James Langston 
Rev. Charles Locklair 
Mr. James A. Morris 
Mr. Lonnie McFarland 
Mrs. Nancy McFarland 
Airman 2nd Class Jacob Musgrave, Jr. 
Mrs. Beulah Patterson 
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prunty 
Mr. David Raiford 
Mr. Jacob Raiford 
Mrs. LaRuth Reed 
Mrs. S. Whittington 
Mrs. Thelma Rowe 



Mrs. Thelma Reese 

Mr. Welford Reid 

Mrs. Nellie Rhodes 

Mrs. Rosa Robertson 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ross 

Mr. J. W. Rouse 

Mr. Earnell Savage 

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Scott 

Mr. and Mrs. Norris Small 

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smith 

Mr. Melton Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith 

Mrs. Ruby Spruill 

Mrs. Ruth A. Stevens 

Mrs. Amos Stroud 

Mrs. Richard Swinson 

Mrs. Judith Taylor 

Mr. Andrew Teachey 

Mrs. Victoria Teachey 

Mrs. Ethell Thomas 

Mrs. Hattie Ward 

Mr. Daniel Washington 

Mr. L. Waters 

Mr. Marvin Worrells 

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wright 

Mr. L. T. Washington 

Mrs. Iradelle Miles 




Mr. N. A. Stitt 



Mrs. T. O. Brown 



Miss Connie Best Miss Muriel White 



IN APPRECIATION 



PATRON CONTEST WINNERS 




SENIOR QUEEN RUNNER-UP JUNIOR QUEEN 

Helen Broadie Mamie Moser Florence Braswell 



MAOLA MILK AND ICE CREAM CO. 



For the Finest in 
Grade A Dairy Products, Insist on MAOLA! 



P. O. Box 1061 
Dial RE 4-3714 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 



When Building or Remodeling 
Contact 

MR. EDDIE SWINSON 




822 East Elm Street RE 5-3214 



in Bottles 
Now in Half Quart 
GOLDSBORO COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING CO. 


NU SANDWICH 
SHOP 

Hot Coffee -5£ 
Try Our Hot Dogs and 
Hamburgers 

The Best in Town 
School Children Are Welcome 

404 1/2 S. James St. 


AUTOMOTIVE 
WHOLESALE CO. 

119 East Mulberry Street 
Box 1166 
RE 5-3236 Goldsboro, N. C. 
Auto - Truck - Tractor 
Parts and Equipment 

The Nations No. 1 Traffic Stopper 


TOWN AND COUNTRY 
GAS CO. 

734-2301 
236 N. Center Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


JAMES E. ROLLINS 
Owner 

ROLLINS APPLIANCE 
CENTER 

201 S. Center St. RE 4-6282 
J. J. McCLENNY 
BILLY PETT 
Sales Mgr. Goldsboro, N. C. 

Service Mgr. 


SOUTHERLAND 
FURNITURE CO. 

Your Friendly Furniture 
Store 

734-4011 
112 N. John Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


CASH DRUG 
COMPANY 

Free Prompt Delivery 

133 E. Walnut St. 
734-287 1 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


LEDER'S, INC. 

125 W. Walnut Street 

It i"\ 1 r\ c r\ c~\ r* f\ T\[ r\ t* f" Vi 1 3 th 1 1 n 2 
\_J U lUo UU I U , lN\JXl.il V> ct 1 KJ ILIlcL 





CONSOLIDATED CIGAR CORP. 

131 Oak Street, Glastonbury, Connecticut 



Compliments 
of 



SCOTT'S BARBECUE 



'It's the Best Ye Ever Tasted" 



1201 North William Street 



Goldsboro, North Carolina 




Free Delivery Service 



Dial RE 4-0712 or RE 4-0712 



BELL-STUART 
FURNITURE COMPANY 

227 N. John Street 
RE 4-1524 


Compliments of 

BARGAIN OUTLET 
STORE 

North John Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

FIELDS 
RED & WHITE 

901 South Slocumb St. 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

JAMES STREET 
CASH GROCERY 

South James Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


LAWERANCE MOORE 

Job Work Plastering - Plasters 
Patching Sturs - Cement 
Any Job for $5. 00 and Up 
405 Beal Street 
Phone RE 5-3668 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


Compliments of ! 

WOMACK 
ELECTRIC SERVICE 

405 W. Walnut 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


POWELL'S 
54 TO $5.00 STORE 

600 South Slocumb Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 

You'll enjoy shopping with us. 


Compliments of 

CAROLINA 
PRINTING CO. 

Goldsboro, North Carolina 
411 W. Walnut 



7 54 -082 I 
112 West Chestnut Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


Compliments 
of 

KADIS, INC. 

123 East Walnut Street j 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


GARRIS 
JEWELERS 

Your Local Jewelers 

iuo iNortn center otreet 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


SERVICE CLEANERS 

431 South James Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


FIRST 
CITIZENS BANK 

123 North Center Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


Compliments 
of 

CITY FINANCE 
COMPANY 

Goldsboro, North Carolina 


CONEKIN'S, INC. 

of Goldsboro, N. C. 
Start at Your Feet and Dress Up 

121 West Walnut Street 
vju LUouuru , iNurm ^di dlliicl 


GENERATOR AND 
STARTER SERVICE 

ill INUi Lll ClUC 1 OUlCCL j 

Goldsboro, North Carolina 



MUSIC AND SPORTS 

"It pays to play" 

Pianos Musical Instruments 

Organs Sporting Goods 

Sheetmusic T. V. and Stereos 
734-2871 



202 East Walnut Goldsboro, N. C, 



HOLLOWAY'S 
BARBECUE 

GUY PARKER - Owner 
Fifteen Years of Experience 
We Cater to Parties 
Small or Large 

Telephone RE 4-9830 
West Pine St. Goldsboro, N. C 





"A Wonderful Place 
to Shop and Save ! 11 



Goldsboro's and Wayne County's 
Fine Fashion Store 
for 98 Years 



88 CENTER 

Goldsboro's Only Two 
Price Store 

.126 East Walnut Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 



HUB 

DEPARTMENT STORE 

A Brighter Future 
for You 
in Clothes From the Hub 



Compliments 

of 

CRAWFORD- 
NORWOOD 

Relators 
Since 1892 



Shop and Save at 



Penney's 



109 West Walnut Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 



112 S. John 



734-4851 



OUR PATRONS 



Miss Sudie Mae Rayton 
Mr. A. B. Reid 
Mrs. Alice Reid 
Mr. Lafayette Reid 
Mr. W. A. Reinhard 
Mrs. Mamie J_.ee Rhodes 
Mrs. Annie Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Robertson, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James Rowe 

Mrs. Hiawatha Savage 

Bishop Shaw 

Mrs. Nora Shaw 

Mr. and Mrs. John Shealy 

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shealy 

Rev. J. W. Simpson 

Mr. Bobby Simmons 

Mrs. Mamie Simmons 

A3C Melford Simms 

Miss Lois D. Simmons 

Mrs. Rachel Simmons 

Mr. Willie Smith 

Mr. Odell Spruill 

Mrs. Winnie Mae Spruill 

Miss Fannie Suggs 

Mrs. Annie Summerlin 

Mr. L. E. Summerlin 

Miss Marie Stitt 

Mr. Neal Stitt 

Mrs. Maggie Stroud 

Seegars Hardware &t Supply 

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Swinson 

Mrs. Robert Swinson 

Mrs. J. N. Sykes 

Mrs. Adeline G. Thornton 

Miss Mary Thomas 

Miss H. P. Thompson 



Mrs. Helen Townsend 
Mr. William Townsend 
Miss Elma Tuckson 
Miss Adell Vinson 
Mr. Fredd Vinson 
Mr. Walter Wade 
Mrs. Lacola Washington 
Mrs. L. T. Washington 
Mr. Sarah Watson 
Mr. Herman Watson 
Mr. James G. White 
A31C Harvey White 
A12C Ellsworth Whitfield 
Mrs. Lila Whitfield 
Mrs. Malissa Whitfield 
Mr. Thomas Whitfield 
Rev. Joseph Wiley 
Mrs. Anna M. Winston 
Mr. Chester Williams 
Mrs. Gertrude Williams 
Miss Maxine Williams 
Mr. Merritt Williams 
Mr. Tim Williams 
Mrs. Pauline Williams 
Mrs. Mary Jane Wooten 
Mrs. Mildred Woodard 
Miss Ellen Roberts 
Mrs. Annie M. Yeleverton 
Mr. Edgar Lee Yeleverton 
Mrs. Lumer Waters 
Dr. R. O. Weathers 
Mr. June Williams 
Mrs. Pandora Wooten 
Mrs. Frances Wynn 
Mr. I. H. Wynn 
Mr. Levi L. Wynn 



OUR PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. George Aldridge 

Mrs. Lucy Alston 

Mrs. Dorothy Anderson 

Mrs. Amanda Barnes 

Mrs. Ethel Barnes 

Mrs. Robert Bass 

Mr. John Wesley Baker 

Mrs. Rebecca Batts 

Mrs. Clemmie Best 

Mrs. Eula Best 

Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Best 

Mr. and Mrs. Major Bizzell 

Miss Martha Borden 

Mrs. Mary I. Braswell 

Rev. Rodger Bunn 

Mrs. Mary Chandler 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cole, Sr. 

Mr. Bruce Coley 

Miss Estella Coley 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Coor 

Mrs. M. W. Cowan 

Mrs. Rose Craft 

Mrs. Minnie Darden 

Mrs. Maude Dawson 

Mrs. Polly Dawson 

Sgt. and Mrs. W. V. Eagleson, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Exum 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fennell 

Mr. Matthew Fields 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flonagan 

Mrs. A. P. Flowers 

Mrs. Emma Ford 

Mrs. Sallie Freeman 

Mrs. Beatrice George 

Mrs. Carrie Gills 



Mrs. Inez Grandy 

Mr. Willie L. Hamilton 

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hamm 

Mrs. D. W. Hardy 

Mr. Thomas W. Hardy 

Miss Gloria Herring 

Mr. James C. Hobbs 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hobbs 

Mr. Andrew Holmes, Sr. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes 

Mrs. Mary M. Holmes 

Mr. James H. Holmes 

Mrs. Nellie Howell 

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Josey 

Mrs. Christine Kornegay 

Mr. Henry Kornegay 

Mr. Arthur Langston 

Mrs. Luella Lee 

Mr. Allen Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis 

Mr. Tommie Lewis 

Mrs. Cora L. Loftin 

Mrs. Kathryn London 

Mrs. Annie C. Love 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marsh 

Mrs. G. W. McBride 

Mr. Freddie McKinney 

Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie B. Mickens 

Mr. Henry C. Mitchell 

Mrs. Oreta C. Moore 

Mrs. Vivienne T. Murphy 

Rev. C. L. Parks 

Mr. Jessie Phillips 

Mrs. Georgia Phillips 



OUR CHURCHES 




The Churches of Goldsboro and neighboring vicinity invite you to come to 
Church every Sunday. 

A good investment is the time spent in God's house. Enter in reverence 
to worship and pray; depart filled with love to serve and obey. 



1. 


St. John A. M. E. 


Rev. 


I. Andrews 


2. 


First African Baptist 


Rev. 


M. W. Morgan 


3. 


Greater St. James A. M. E. Zion 


Rev. 


E. Moser 


4. 


Church of Christ 


Rev. 


C. H. Boykins 


5. 


Saints Delight Church 


Rev. 


B. B. Dunn 


6. 


Mount Calvery Baptist 


Rev. 


J. W. Simpson 


7. 


Antioch Baptist 


Rev. 


B. L. Rich 


8. 


John Chapel 


Rev. 


W. R. Wallace 


9. 


Shiloh Presbyterian 


Rev. 


B. R. Richardson 


10. 


St. Mark's Disciple Church 


Rev. 


J. L. Melvin 


11. 


House of Prayer 


Rev. 


William Johnson 


12. 


St. Andrew's Episcopal 


Rev. 


J. H. Banks 



OUR GROWING COMMUNITY 




Sherry Mansfield 



Harold Mansfield, Jr. 



Geffery V. Dudley 



Tony Stovall 



Save for That College Education 



GOLDSBORO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASOCIATION 



130 South John Street 



Goldsboro's Oldest Financial Institution 




Compliments 
of 




BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 



HEILIG MEYERS 
COMPANY 

Furniture and House Furnishings 

138 East Walnut Street 
735-3561 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 



WAYNE DAIRY, INC. 

"Your Hometown Dairy" 

Phone RE 4-0574 1105 N. Williams «?t. 

G0LDSBO r \\\<*, 




JJui. TTWJl (plant x>f JomoMow" 



DEWEY BROTHERS, INC. 



Founders 



Machinists 

Steel Fabricators 



Mill Supplies 
Metal Windows 



Phone 734-3411 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 



GOLDSBORO TRANSPORTATION COMPANY 



Goldsboro, North Carolina 



Chartered Service Within North Carolina 



Servicing Goldsboro and Seymour Johnson Air Field 



LIGHTNER MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME 

Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director 

Insurance Protection to Suit Your Needs 

Randall K. James, Manager; John E. Royal, Asst. ; 
Wilma J. Roberts, Secretary; Mrs. Ophelia McGouan, Agent; 
Thomas Dickerson, Apprentice. 
403 South George Street Goldsboro, N. C, 

Phone RE 4-4151 



Compliments of 




MADE RITE SUNBEAM BREAD AND ROLLS 



BUILDERS SUPPLY 

Complete Line of Building 
Materials 

Phone 734-4071 

1185 Carolina Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


GOLDSBORO COLORED 
FLORIST 

We Appreciate Your Business 
and 

Your Friendship Most of All 

RE 5-0315 
200 Brogden Street 


Compliments of 

LEWIS AND RHODES 

SERVICE STATION 

East Elm Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


BROWN SALES AND 
SERVICE 

We Appreciate Your Business 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


WHITES TIRE 
SERVICE 

Eastern Carolina Largest 
Recapping Service 

RE 4-2132 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


DOCKS TAVERN & 
GRILL 

612 West Pine 

Phnnp 3_7 7ft 

jl nunc ct I i \J 

Goldsboro, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC 

MEMBERSHIP CORP. 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 


We thank our many patrons and 
advertisers for their wonderful 
cooperation and support given 
to us 

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